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http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2016/04/30/match_report_intrust.html
Match Report: Intrust Super Premiership Round 9
Dan Talintyre (Twitter: @dantalintyre)
Sat 30th April, 04:38PM


Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership side have fought back from an early deficit to defeat the North Sydney Bears 36-18 in their Round 9 clash on Saturday afternoon.

Heading to Moss Vale as part of NSWRL’s Country Round, Paul Stringer’s side had a number of late changes following Thursday night’s victory in first-grade, with captain Asipeli Fine returning to the side after playing against the South Sydney Rabbitohs

Josh Addo-Carr was also a late withdrawal after suffering a groin strain last week against Wentworthville, with Holden Cup winger Obed Karwhin promoted to the side.

Wests Tigers began the match in impressive fashion, forcing the Bears deep in their own territory with a number of repeat sets. North Sydney eventually cracked in the ninth minute, with hooker Manaia Cherrington dummying and crashing over from close range, with Josh Drinkwater’s successful conversion giving his side an early 6-0 advantage.

After a back-and-forth period of the first half, it would be North Sydney who eventually leveled the score in the 30th minute when Michael Oldfield found his way over the line.

Former Wests Tigers Holden Cup halfback Eli Levido added the extras to take the score to 6-6, and it wouldn’t take long before the Bears were in again, with Piki Rogers darting over in the 32nd minute to give North Sydney a somewhat surprising 12-6 lead.

It appeared the score would remain as such heading into half-time, but some good defence from Stringer’s side brought about an error from North Sydney, with Rod Griffin and Drinkwater combining to put Karwhin over in the corner as the siren sounded.

Drinkwater was unable to convert from the sideline to make it 12-10 at the break.

Wests Tigers came out firing to start the second half, with fullback Justin Hunt putting through a good kick for Karwhin to grab his second try of the match after 44 mintes.

Drinkwater’s sideline conversion was waved away, but the halfback would soon make amends with a lovely run and short ball to put Jackson Williams over the line in the following set — converting from close to the posts to give his side a 20-12 lead.

After some more strong defence, Wests Tigers would pull further in front in the 59th minute when some a strong back-line move to the right saw Chance Peni diver over for a simple finish, with Drinkwater’s conversion taking his side’s lead out to 26-12.

Tyler Cassel put the result beyond doubt with eight minutes remaining when he proved too strong close to the line, with Wests Tigers extending their lead to 30-12.

Cassel would grab a second in the dying moments of the match, and finished off a superb few minutes by adding a goal to take the final score out to 36-12 and make it 26 unanswered points.

Oldfield would grab his second try of the afternoon on the siren, flying down the left wing to score, but it would be all in vain as Wests Tigers ran out eventual 36-18 victors.


ISP FULL TIME — Wests Tigers 36 (Cassel 2, Karwhin 2, Cherrington, Williams, Peni tries; Drinkwater 4/7 goals) def. North Sydney Bears 18 (Oldfield 2, Rogers tries; Levido 3/3 goals)

Wests Tigers Team List

1. Justin Hunt 20. Obed Karwhin 3. Nathan Milone 4. Chance Peni 5. Watson Heleta 6. Jack Littlejohn 7. Josh Drinkwater 8. Rod Griffin 9. Manaia Cherrington 10. Jordan Grant 17. Tyler Cassel 12. Asipeli Fine 13. Joel Edwards (Interchange: 15. Dallas Graham 16. Wesley Lolo 18. Matthew Eisenhuth 22. Jackson Williams) — Coach: Paul Stringer
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ISP NSW Report: Wests Tigers v North Sydney
Adam Bagnall
Sat 30th April, 05:00PM

Competition - Intrust Super Premiership Round - Round 08 Teams - Canterbury Bulldogs v North Sydney Bears - 23rd of April 2016 Venue - ANZ Stadium, Homebush, NSW, Photographer - Paul Barkley


BEARS HIT HARD: The Wests Tigers came out firing over North Sydney at Moss Vale.

The Wests Tigers have beaten the North Sydney Bears 36-18 at Community Oval in Moss Vale.

As part of the NSWRL's "Country Round" the two sides met at the picturesque Southern Highlands venue with the Tigers proving far too good for the Bears.

The Tigers kicked off in cool conditions and after defending the opening set from North Sydney they earned a penalty and marched downfield.

The Bears defended their line bravely and a Tigers error on the last got them of the hook.

Good pressure by the Tigers forced back to back drop outs early in the contest, and Tigers hooker Menaia Cherrington scored the game's first try in the 15th minute.

Josh Drinkwater made no mistake from in front and his side led 6-0.

Great last ditch defence by the Tigers denied Michael Oldfield a short time later and the Tigers made their way downfield.

The Bears were dealt a blow when an error just 10 metres out from their line gave the Tigers a great attacking opportunity but strong Bears defence forced a Tigers mistake.

More resilient Bears defence forced a mistake out of Tigers prop Rod Griffin with just the one try to show for an enthralling 25 minutes of action.

On 29 minutes Bears fullback Sitiveni Moceidreke put Oldfield away down the short side and he proved too quick for the chasers to score the Bears' opening try. The try was converted by Eli Levido to tie it up 6-all.

A try to Piki Rogers just minutes later gave the Bears the lead for the first time. Levido converted to make it 12-6.

In the 37th minute the Tigers hit back through Ored Karwhin in the left corner after they kept the ball alive and found the Bears' defence wanting.

Drinkwater's conversion hit the upright and was waved away so the Bears held onto a 12-10 lead in the shadows of halftime.

Another Tigers mistake put them under intense pressure with just a couple of minutes remaining in the half but a poor kick let the Tigers released the pressure.

The Tigers made the perfect start after halftime when Karwhin touched down again to give the Tigers a 14-12 lead but Drinkwater couldn't add the extras from out wide.

Back to back tries to the Tigers pulled the Tigers further in front this time interchange Jackson Williams scored the try. Drinkwater converted to make it 20-12 with just over half an hour left.

Too many errors were making it difficult for the Bears to get back into the match and on the back of another, just 10 metres out from the Bears' own line, the Tigers went on the attack and scored their fifth try through centre Chance Peni. Drinkwater converted to make it 26-12.

The Bears followed this up by kicking out on the full as their miserable afternoon continued.

With just over 10 minutes remaining Tigers fullback Justin Hunt was forced from the field due to concussion but it didn't stop their dominance of the match.

With only 7 minutes remaining the Tigers scored try number six through secondrower Tyler Cassel. Jack Littlejohn took over the goal kicking duties but couldn't add the extras and his side led 30-12.

Cassel scored his second try in two minutes later when he leapt highest to bring down a Littlejohn cross-field kick and push the Tigers even further in front.

Cassel made no mistake with the conversion and the Tigers led 36-12 with six minutes left.

Despite leading comfortably, the Tigers repelled late a Bears raid with some outstanding defence.

A consolation try to Oldfield on the siren gave the Bears fans a happy end to the game and Levido converted from out wide.
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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is that our Paul Stringer coaching them? Either way, anyone remember his debut where he scored two or three tries?
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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 11:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

djmac wrote:
Is that our Paul Stringer coaching them? Either way, anyone remember his debut where he scored two or three tries?
Yeah it's the same Paul Stringer.
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Results | Sydney Shield Rd 9

Hills 70 (D M Boyce 5, J Tangahai 4, S Sheppard, J Flavell, F Arcella tries; S Tonga 6, B Horder 4, S Walpole goals) def Asquith 10 (H Tomkins, A Oughtred tries; A Papera goal)

Results | Ron Massey Cup Rd 9

Blacktown 31 (J Fraser 2, K Horton 2, B Batiste, D Parata tries; Horton 3 goals; T Vatuvei field goal) def Mounties 26 (J Martin 3, A Mataele, S Tavita tries; C Porter 3 goals)
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Asquith 36 (J Hawkins, A O'Neill, J Makatoa, A Grom, C Yates, J Latham, W Lafolafo tries; A Miski 3, T Tasi goals) def Hills 24 (A Weston, J Wehbe, J Boustani, L O'Malley tries; J Boustani 4 goals)

Concord-Burwood 50 (B Gregorius 2, L Schaumkel 2, S Fukofuka, S Latu tries; A Booth 7 goals) def. Kingsgrove 8 (J Steadman, Z Cardassilaris tries)
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Congratulations to Samisoni Langi (Norths) & Michael Oldfield (Souths) for their selection to play for Tonga.



http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/05/01/talakai_selected_in_.af_news.html
Talakai Selected in Junior Kiwis Side
Sun 1st May, 07:02PM



Rabbitohs NYC player, Siosifa Talakai, has been named in the Junior Kiwis side to take on the Junior Kangaroos at Pirtek Stadium this coming Saturday (May 7) as part of representative round.

A hard-running centre/second rower, the Souths Juniors product graduated to the Under 20s from SG Ball, and has recently spent time plying his trade for the North Sydney Bears in the NSW Intrust Super Premiership.

Talakai now gets the chance to contribute to the Kiwis in what has fast become a highlight of the representative season when the two junior trans-Tasman rivalry re-ignites.

Congratulations to Siosifa on his selection for the Junior Kiwis.
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Congratulations to Sitiveni Moceidreke (Norths) on his selection to play for Fiji.
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http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/05/01/auva_a_oldifled_to_f.html
Auva'a & Oldfield to Face Off in Pacific Test
Sun 1st May, 09:18PM



Rabbitohs NRL squad members, Michael Oldfield (Tonga) and Kirisome Auva’a (Samoa), will face off against each other on Saturday, May 7, at Pirtek Stadium when the two Pacific nations meet.

Auva’a will make his Test debut in the clash, playing in the centres, while Oldfield will play his second match for Tonga playing on the wing.

In addition, North Sydney Bears players, Sitiveni Moceidreke and Samisoni Langi have also been selected for Fiji and Tonga respectively.

Fans can look forward to two blockbuster matches between four Pacific nations, with Fiji taking on PNG in the first match, before Samoa takes on Tonga to round out the Pacific double header.

The Junior Kangaroos will also play at Pirtek Stadium on Saturday against the Junior Kiwis, with the match in honour of the ANZACs.

All four Pacific Test teams will spend the week in Western Sydney, with the city of Parramatta and Destination New South Wales ensuring plenty of excitement and activities leading into the Test matches.

Pacific ambassadors including former Rabbitohs; Roy Asotasi, Joe Galuvao, and Nigel Vagana, will visit a series of schools on Monday and teams will host fan days later on Thursday throughout western Sydney.

Westfield Parramatta will host a Pacific showcase, also on Thursday, with cultural activities on display from all four competing Pacific nations.

In further activity, a number of Pacific youth from western Sydney will take part in a Youth Summit on Friday and Saturday, celebrating cultural diversity and developing leadership amongst Pacific communities.

On game day, a ‘Big Island Festival’ will take over Centenary Square in Parramatta, with plenty of food, fun and festivities for all, before the Junior Kangaroos and Kiwis kick off the first of three matches.

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said the week-long celebrations – and matches on Saturday – would be well supported by Pacific players and fans.

“Many of our players in the NRL come from Pacific heritage and our Pacific fans make up a huge supporter base for Rugby League, so we are very much looking forward to some exciting and passionate football on Saturday,” said Mr Greenberg.

Tickets are still available, starting from $20 for a single pass, with family passes for as little as $60 to see all three matches.

Congratulations to Michael, Kirisome, Sitiveni and Samisoni on their selections.

Fiji Bati

Sisa Waqa (Canberra Raiders)
Tyrone Phillips (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
Junior Roqica (Cronulla Sharks)
James Storer (Illawarra – Port Kembla)
Fabian Goodall (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
Brayden Wiliame (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
Benjamin Nakubuwai (Melbourne Storm)
Maurice Kennedy (Mounties)
Sitiveni Moceidreke (North Sydney Bears)
Akuila Uate (Newcastle Knights)
Korbin Sims (Newcastle Knights)
Daniel Saifiti (Newcastle Knights)
Kane Evans (Sydney Roosters)
Eloni Vunakece (Sydney Roosters)
Kevin Naiqama (West Tigers)
Tui Kamikamica
Tuimasi Pio Moceiwaiyevo Seci
Ratu Jowasa Tubailagi Drodrolagi
Etuate Tamanikaitai Qionimacawa
Iliavi Chris Ravu

Coach: Mick Potter

Mate Ma’a Tonga

1 David Fusitu’a (New Zealand Warriors)
2 Mosese Pangai (Townsville Blackhawks)
3 Solomone Kata (New Zealand Warriors)
4 Vai Toutai (Parramatta Eels)
5 Michael Oldfield (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
6 Feleti Mateo (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
7 Samisoni Langi (North Sydney Bears)
8 Penni Terepo (Parramatta Eels)
9 Sione Katoa (Penrith Panthers)
10 Felise Kaufusi (Melbourne Storm)
11 Sika Manu (Hull FC)
12 Tony Williams (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)
13 Joe Ofahengaue (Brisbane Broncos)
14 Nafe Seluini (Sunshine Coast Falcons)
15 David Fifita (Cronulla Sharks)
16 Patrick Kaufusi (North Queensland Cowboys)
17 Siosala Vave (Manly Sea Eagles)
18 Mickey Paea (Newcastle Knights)

Coach: Kristian Woolf

Toa Samoa

1 Tim Simona (Wests Tigers)
2 Antonio Winterstein (North Queensland Cowboys)
3 Kirisome Auva’a (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
4 Ricky Leutele (Cronulla Sharks)
5 Matthew Wright (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
6 Fa’amanu Brown (Cronulla Sharks)
7 Pita Godinet (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
8 Sam Kasiano (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)
9 Kaysa Pritchard (Parramatta Eels)
10 Junior Paulo (Parramatta Eels)
11 Leeson Ah Mau (St George Illawarra Dragons)
12 Frank Pritchard (Hull FC)
13 Sauaso Sue (Wests Tigers)
14 Erin Clark (New Zealand Warriors)
15 John Asiata (North Queensland Cowboys)
16 Raymond Faitala-Mariner (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)
17 Sam Tagataese (Cronulla Sharks)
18 Mason Lino (New Zealand Warriors)

Coach: Matt Parish
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Call Team Player Ratings
Posted on May 2, 2016
by The81stMinute

Curtis Woodward, Matt French and Luke Potter headed to the Southern Highlands on Saturday for a clash between Wests Tigers and North Sydney Bears at Community Oval in Mossvale.

In a highly entertaining first half of footy, North Sydney took a 12-10 lead into the break. But oranges were the worst thing to happen for the Bears with the Wests Tigers running rampant in the second stanza to run away with it 36-18.

Halves Josh Drinkwater and Jack Littlejohn combined beautifully with fullback Justin Hunt while Wesley Lolo was mighty from the bench.

Drinkwater was named man of the match by the commentary team.


Wests Tigers

1 Justin Hunt 7
21 Obed Karwhin 8
3 Nathan Milone 7
4 Chance Peni 6
5 Watson Heleta 6
6 Jack Littlejohn 7
7 Josh Drinkwater 8
8 Rod Griffin 7
9 Manaia Cherrington 7
10 Jordan Grant 6
17 Tyler Cassel 7
12 Asipeli Fine 6
13 Joel Edwards 6

15 Dallas Graham 6
16 Wesley Lolo 8
18 Matthew Eisenhuth 6
22 Jackson Williams 5

Total 113


North Sydney

1 Sitiveni Moceidreke 6
2 Michael Oldfield 7
3 Siosifa Talakai 8
4 Ed Murphy 6
5 Tom Hughes 6
6 Cody Walker 6
7 Eli Levido 6
18 Jason Clark 6
9 Brad Dietz 7
10 Jokatama Dokinavalu 8
11 Jack Gosiewski 6
14 Piki Rogers 6
13 Cheyne Whitelaw 6

8 Clayton Williams 6
15 Samisoni Langi 5
16 Jordan Latham 5
20 Jack Siejka 5

Total 105
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http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/news/2016/05/04/tevita_cottrell_adde.html
Tevita Cottrell Added to Fiji Side
Wed 4th May, 12:45PM

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Rabbitohs Under 20s player, Tevita Cottrell, has been added to the Fiji ‘Bati’ side to take on Papua New Guinea this Saturday, May 7, at Pirtek Stadium as part of Representative Round.

The 108kg centre will take his place on Fiji’s bench wearing the number 16 jersey, and will play alongside the likes of North Sydney Bears players, Sitiveni Moceidreke (five-eighth), and another late call up in Jokatama Dokonivalu, who will also start from the bench.

Yet to make his first grade debut, Cottrell has played 28 games for South Sydney’s NYC side, scoring five tries in the process. He has previously played representative football for the Australian Schoolboys as well as for the NSW Under 18s – both in 2014.

Cottrell’s inclusion for Fiji takes the total number of active Rabbitohs during Representative Round to seven. Others include: Greg Inglis (Australia), Kirisome Auva’a (Samoa), Michael Oldfield (Tonga), Aaron Gray, Nathan Brown (City), and Siosifa Talakai (Junior Kiwis).

Dokonivalu’s addition meanwhile takes the total number of Bears players to three, with Moceidreke and Samisoni Langi (Tonga) also set to play.

Congratulations to both Tevita and Jokatama on their selection.
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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2016 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was wondering why Dokinivalu wasn't selected in the first place. Fiji always have plenty of backs, but need forwards.
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Fiji Fan Day Today


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